Imagine Han Solo’s reaction to this surprise desert choice during his mandatory dinner with Darth Vadar! And as a preview to what’s in store comes this clever chocolate bark recipe from the Star Wars website. Click here to see it (but you’ll need the mold to make it.)
So you just spent a ton of money having a new place built, and right when your general contractor is done putting on the final touches, BOOM! Some stupid kids go and blow the damn thing up. Click here to see the recipe from the website Liquor.com. And if you want to have cool Death Star shaped ice cubes floating in your drink, click here!
Who says Darth Vader isn’t in touch with his inner, mass-murdering child? Click here for how to make these slightly menacing treats. This recipe uses pre-made ding dongs, but if you want to make them from scratch check out the Baking Fairy recipe here.
So when your teacher tosses you into a lava pit after a disagreement, admittedly dietary restrictions are probably the least of your issues. But as dinner hosts go, Darth Vadar will bring order not only to the galaxy, but to his dinner menu as well! Also, considering how many people die around him from choking, soup is probably a more comforting option. Click here to see this soup recipe from Jeanette’s Healthy Living. One version of this dish adds tiny marshmallows on top in the shape of floating stormtrooper heads. Yes this is altering the recipe. Pray we doesn’t alter it any further!
1. Yoda Melon
The dark side of the force is not only a pathway to unnatural abilities, but culinary choices as well. But on the lighter side of things check out this quick and easy to make Jedi Watermelon. Click here to see the recipe from the Kitchen Fun with My 3 Sons website.